Is there any chance of hydrogen-powered vehicles becoming mainstream in the US? Toyota still thinks there's a market for fuel cell vehicles, and with our first impression of the 2022 Mirai, we discuss how the convergence of hydrogen infrastructure and availability will make or break the Mirai, as well as the fuel cell Hyundai Nexo. We also discuss what role LIDAR mapping plays in Ford's BlueCruise driving assistance feature in the Mustang Mach-E.
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00:00 – Introduction
00:17 – 2022 Toyota Mirai First Impressions
10:57 – Question: What role does LIDAR mapping play in Ford’s BlueCruise?
Preview: 2021 Toyota Mirai Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicle
2022 Toyota Mirai
Futuristic 2019 Hyundai Nexo Showcases the Company’s Technological Prowess
Ford BlueCruise Rivals GM’s Super Cruise for Balancing Automation and Driver Monitoring
Driver Monitoring Systems Can Help You Be Safer on the Road
BONUS: Driver Monitoring Systems to Be Awarded Extra Points in CR Scoring
Tesla’s and Ford’s Driver Monitoring Systems
How We Tested Tesla’s and Ford’s Driver Monitoring Systems
Guide to Car Safety
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